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Current Issue

  • The Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero is presenting the exhibition VIK MUNIZ IN BUENOS AIRES, the first major retrospective of the renowned Brazilian artist in Argentina, which will also include the work Buenos Aires, from his series Postcards from Nowhere.

  • Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo in Mexico City has appointment Julieta González as chief curator and interim director of Museo Jumex. González, who will take up the post in July 2015, will substitute Patrick Charpenel, who directed the museum since its launch in November 2013. Charpenel resigned in February.

  • Prada Foundation inaugurated a new building in Milan on Saturday, May 9. A few days earlier, the Foundation had opened its exhibition Portable Classic in Venice.

  • Christie’s announces a selling exhibition, Colombia Recounted: A Project of Contemporary Colombian Art, which offers a vision of contemporary Colombian art through artists who have played an important role in the development of the mentioned country’s art scene over the last decades.

Museum Exhibitions

Groundbreaking Initiative Includes Major Exhibitions in the U.S. and Cuba, Artist Exchanges, Educational and Public Programs, and a Dual-Language Publication

The Bronx Museum of the Arts and El Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana (MNBA) are launching an unprecedented joint arts initiative that is the culmination of years of planning and collaboration.


Conversations with Alain Dominique Perrin and Hervé Chandès

“1400 artists exhibited, 150 in France and 82 abroad, 1300 works in the permanent collection. That is what 30 years of the Fondation Cartier represent”, Alain Dominique Perrin, president of the Fondation, points out in his speech on the opening day of the exhibition Vivid Memories.

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Pinta Miami 2014


  • Casa de la Hacienda La Trinidad (HLTPC), Caracas

    In 1980, the exhibition Didáctica y dialéctica del color, by master of color Carlos Cruz-Diez (Venezuela, 1923), was held at the Universidad Simón Bolívar (USB), Caracas.

  • Ruth Benzacar, Buenos Aires

    Flavia Da Rin’s (Buenos Aires, 1978) alluring images usually distil fantasy, humor, and a dissimulated melancholy; they are structured around the artist’s appearance in constant and infinite transformation.


The passion caused by the great and sublime in nature, when those causes operate most powerfully, is astonishment; and astonishment is that state of the soul, in which all its motions are suspended, with some degree of horror.

Intricate simplicity

At the core of Ricardo Rendón's artistic process is the notion that there are endless possibilities of creation starting from an already given set of elements.

Beyond the vernacular-artistic manifestations that strive to understand what is produced in and from the Caribbean as an eclectic amalgamation of ancestral and cultural links, the work of artist Zilia Sánchez (1926) has developed amidst notions of rupture, which have a long tradition in the modern and contemporary art production of Latin America.

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